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IFA Red Fish Tournament in Georgetown, SC

10550950_10152532274580865_9128922378873773930_nThis week Bob is joined by his longtime friend and saltwater guide Capt. Tommy Scarborough and they will be entered into the 2014 IFA Red Fish Tour Tournament. Tournament fishing can be rewarding or a bust, especially when you are fishing in your home waters…. This is a show you must see: Did Bob and Tommy place in the money or leave empty-handed?

Marsh Hen Hunting with Bob Redfern on VERSUS


Monday April 5th we’ve got more bird hunting as Bob ventures out on his first marsh hen hunt off the South Carolina coast.

Captain Tommy Scarborough with Georgetown Coastal Adventures is back with Bob.

In the past we’ve seen Bob and Tommy catching many different kinds of  fish and now you’ll get to see how they do on hunting marsh hens. Tune in to see what Bob and Tommy are up to this week on Bob Redfern’s Outdoor Magazine!

Fun Fact: Although this species is a constant resident, and extremely abundant along the salt-marshes and reedy sea islands of South Carolina, Georgia, Florida, Alabama, and Louisiana, to the mouths of the Mississippi, and probably farther south, at all seasons of the year, it leaves these districts in considerable numbers in spring, and extends its movements along the Atlantic shores as far as the Middle States. [Source]

Marsh Hen Hunting – March 7th, 2010

We’ve got more bird hunting this week as Bob ventures out on his first coastal marsh hen hunt off the South Carolina coast.

Captain Tommy Scarborough with Georgetown Coastal Adventures is back with Bob.

In the past we’ve seen Bob and Tommy catching many different kinds of  fish and now you’ll get to see how they do on hunting marsh hens. Tune in to see what Bob and Tommy are up to this week on Bob Redfern’s Outdoor Magazine!

Fun Fact: Although this species is a constant resident, and extremely abundant along the salt-marshes and reedy sea islands of South Carolina, Georgia, Florida, Alabama, and Louisiana, to the mouths of the Mississippi, and probably farther south, at all seasons of the year, it leaves these districts in considerable numbers in spring, and extends its movements along the Atlantic shores as far as the Middle States. [Source]

Marsh Hen Hunting – Jan 17th, 2010

We’ve got more bird hunting this week as Bob ventures out on his first coastal marsh hen hunt off the South Carolina coast.

Captain Tommy Scarborough with Georgetown Coastal Adventures is back with Bob.

In the past we’ve seen Bob and Tommy catching many different kinds of  fish and now you’ll get to see how they do on hunting marsh hens. Is it a fish? Is it a bird? Tune in to see what Bob and Tommy are up to this week on Bob Redfern’s Outdoor Magazine!

Fun Fact: Although this species is a constant resident, and extremely abundant along the salt-marshes and reedy sea islands of South Carolina, Georgia, Florida, Alabama, and Louisiana, to the mouths of the Mississippi, and probably farther south, at all seasons of the year, it leaves these districts in considerable numbers in spring, and extends its movements along the Atlantic shores as far as the Middle States. [Source]

Winyah Bay Bulls – December 13th, 2009

winyahbayOn this weeks episode Bob is taking a few of the guys from Pepsi on a red fishing trip of a lifetime. Join them as they head to Winyah Bay located outside of Georgetown, South Carolina. Captain Tommy Scarborough of Georgetown Coastal Adventures is back and will be helping Bob and the guys on this fishing adventure. Tired of venison burgers ? Don’t miss this weeks Sportsman’s Table, Jason is cooking up a stuffed venison back-strap.